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October 2019

Re Classes: 6, 20, 27


No RE: Sun. 13th - Columbus Day

Confirmation Enrollment: Sun. Oct. 6th @11AM Mass

8th Grade Lector Training: Sun. Oct. 6th @Noon

Virtus Lesson: Sun. Oct. 20th

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Oct. 23 Wednesday of the Twenty-Ninth Week of Ordinary Time; Optional Memorial of St. John of Capistrano, priest, Opt. Mem.

John was a native of Capistrano, in Italy. He became a Franciscan and was one of the great organizers of the struggle against the Mohammedans in the 15th century, when they threatened to overrun the whole of Europe. Mohammed II had taken Constantinope and was already marching against Belgrade, when Pope Callixtus III called St. John to preach the crusade; assisted by the Hungarian John Hunyadi, he gathered a strong Christian army, which defeated the Turks in the great battle of Belgrade (1453). He died in 1456.

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Oct. 22 Tuesday of the Twenty-Ninth Week of Ordinary Time; Optional Memorial of St. John Paul II, Opt. Mem.

The Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship has approved the insertion of the optional memorial of St. John Paul II in the proper calendar of the dioceses of the United States for today.

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Oct. 21 Monday of the Twenty-Ninth Week of Ordinary Time, Weekday

According to the 1962 Missal of St. John XXIII the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, today is the feast of St. Hilarion, who was born of pagan parents near Gaza in Palestine toward the close of the third century. He studied at Alexandria and became a Christian at the age of 15. Following the example of St. Anthony in Egypt, Hilarion resolved to become a hermit in the desert, and Anthony himself trained the youth. He gave all his possessions to the poor, and became the father of monasticism in Palestine and Syria, famous for his miracles and sanctity. He lived to be over 80, dying on the island of Cyprus in 372.

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Behold, Christ! 10 Ways to Increase Belief in the Eucharistic Lord

By Father Roger J. Landry | In Caesarea Philippi, Jesus asked who people said he was, and his two polls showed that only one person — Peter — said he believed Jesus was who he truly was, the...

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Rare and Shocking Facts from the Assassination Attempt on John Paul II

By Shaun McAfee | On May 13, 1981, Pope John Paul II was on the brink of death. I wasn’t alive, but I’ve seen news reports from the time, and it’s horrifying to think what the faithful, and the world where going through. Like I...

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Abortion Legalized in N. Ireland, After Deadlock in Devolved Legislature

By Catholic News Agency | BELFAST, Northern Ireland — Northern Ireland’s devolved legislature failed Monday to block a change to the region’s law imposed by the British Parliament. As a result, both...

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